Bajaj Auto has extended the 5-5-5 offer until December 31 with revisions. Until November 20, Bajaj offered the benefits of five free services, five-year free own damage insurance and five-year free warranty on the Pulsar, V-range, Discover, Platina and CT100 brands. However, the extended offer only provides the benefits mentioned above on the Platina range. These would help buyers save up to INR 4,100 on the commuter.
The offer has also been rebranded from 'Mehangai Mana Hai' to 'Good Bye 2018'. The 5 free services and 5 Year Warranty available on all CT100 while the five-year free own damage insurance won’t be. The 5 Year free warranty will be applicable on all Bajaj Motorcycles including the Platina 110 ES. The Terms & Conditions listed on Bajaj’s website include:
- 555 offer is applicable on the Platina 100ES
- 5 free services & 5 Year Warranty is available on all CT100 models
- 5 Year free warranty applicable on all Bajaj Motorcycles including the Platina 110 ES
- 3 Free Services (labour only, in the first year after purchase) offered by Bajaj Auto on all bikes. 2 Additional Free Services (labour only, in the 2nd year after purchase offered by and to be redeemed at the selling Bajaj Auto Authorized Dealership from which the customer has purchased the bike) available on CT100 & Platina 100ES
Previously, the 5-5-5 offer was extended until November 20 to boost the sales during the peak of the festive season. In October, the first week of which the offer was announced, Bajaj Auto registered its highest ever monthly sales. The combined sales from the two-wheeler and commercial vehicle business crossed half a million mark last month.
In more updates, Bajaj has launched the Special edition Pulsar 150 Classic in India at INR 64,998 (ex-showroom Delhi). The model will be available in two colour options - Red and Black, and Silver and Black. The motorcycle is aimed to further boost the sales and push the total Pulsar monthly volumes to a record 90,000 vehicles in Q4.
The Pulsar 150 Classic’s black paint is accompanied by red graphics above the headlight, tank pad, side panels, wheels and pillion grab rail on the special edition. The silver and black version gets all the logos and graphics mentioned above in silver colour.
Bajaj is also testing the new Pulsar 220F that was spotted for the first time earlier this month. The overall silhouette of the test mule was identical to the current generation, but comes equipped with an underbelly panel. The bike should arrive in the market before April 2019 complying to new safety and emission regulations.